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We spent a couple nights at the Salt Creek Recreation Area on the Olympic Peninsula. Its a beautiful spot on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Sitting on a bluff, we could see Victoria BC across the Strait and watch … Continue reading
I had the opportunity to visit the Parashant National Monument, which is a remote area on the north rim of the Grand Canyon. I accompanied the St George Astronomy Group for a seminar on astronomy and night photography at this … Continue reading
Truly a photographer’s heaven is Antelope Canyon, on Lake Powell in Arizona. The canyon can be experienced either by boat on Lake Powell, or by foot. The slot canyons are truly spectacular. These photos are from Lower Antelope Canyon.
A daily occurrence (weather permitting) at the ABQ Balloon Fiesta is a Mass Ascension, where hundreds of hot air balloons launch into the clear New Mexico skies. Hundreds of thousands of visitors are on hand to view the spectacle…
Cindy wants to volunteer to be a member of a ground crew, so we seek out the registration kiosk (not easy in the dark), and then walk across the huge field to the pilot’s briefing area. She is soon picked … Continue reading
It is still dark at 4:30 AM as we prepare to go onto the Fiesta grounds, where 548 balloon teams are readying for their morning flight. Airplanes are circling overhead, gathering data on wind speeds, directions, and temperatures. The morning … Continue reading
We had a beautiful, generously sized campsite at Mather Campground at Grand Canyon. The first morning we were there, we discovered a family of Rocky Mountain Elk grazing in our campsite. They were not intimidated in the least by the presence … Continue reading
On our way to Albuquerque for the International Balloon Fiesta, we stopped for three nights at Grand Canyon, Mather Campground. We had beautiful autumn weather – cool evenings, but nice warm days. Canyon views from the rim trail are spectacular. … Continue reading